This section is from the book "Arts & Crafts Magazine Vol1-2", by Hutchinson & Company.
We have already dealt so fully with the report, of the Examiners that the additional illustrations of prize exhibits that we give in this number call for no especial comment.
It may not be out of place to remark, however, that the comments of the Editor last month on the unrepresentative character of the Competition, considering that it is intended to be "National," has called forth some highly interesting letters on the subject. Present pressure on our columns compels us to defer their publication. In the meanwhile, we invite fuller discussion, and promise to respect the anonymity of any correspondents who, for obvious reasons, may, for this occasion, prefer not to sign their communications.
(For suggestions age 318.)
Ogravure And Chased Metal. By G. A. Aud5ley.